Les Peupliers Hotel Restaurant
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... That which was encountered was despatched with relative ease. And then, there we were, up at 2802 metres - some 9000 ft - where we redonned the previously shed fleeces and, in the case of the ladies, zip off legs! On their shorts, obviously! And then a long, long descent before one more col then another run down to civilisation and our hotel! 230 miles, 22,000 feet climbed, fantastic roads, fantastic scenery. Thanks Adrian - 60 years and 1 ...
... girls enjoyed walking the lovely dogs. After the walk Chloe's made some Quiche Lorraine and we headed on the road again towards a place called Gap. The views on the way were breathtaking and as we drove I reflected on how lovley Chloe's family and friends were and how pleased we were to make make the visit ...
... below. Gorgeous. It's featured in a few of the photographs but they don't really do it justice. I'm writing this from Stage 16 where we've chosen a campsite just 3 km from the centre of the town called Gap where the riders will enjoy a well-earned rest day tomorrow and we'll head into town for a look around. Look out for us on the SBS coverage at about 20kms from the finish on the early part of the last climb. We are standing on the inside of a switchback corner. We ...
... br> The press completely swamp the cyclists the minute they finish the race and the police have to control them and stop them knocking them off their bikes. Contador put his back to a truck so they can't surround him.
We watched them get their jerseys then we left. On the way out of town we saw the Saxo Bank team buses at a hotel. McDonald's was on the other side of the road and it ...
... the way to Gap we saw the devil but didn't have time to stop and get a photo. The Devil's real name is Didi Senft. He is well known and always wears a Devils outfit and runs along side the riders with his trident. He goes to the Tour de France and the Giro in Italy. He is so famous he is in WIkipedia. He is also known as El Diablo which means Devil. He paints his trident on the road a few miles before he appears.
When we ...